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Rode this today and was amazed how friendly the trail is. Parking in Columbia was easy, but believe you can say the same for multiple points along the trail too, but in Columbia you do finish right next door to an ice cream parlor. The trail itself is paved and a smooth ride. The views of the river are excellent. The crowds are there on the weekend, but every person I came across was accommodating to the various levels of riders, walkers, and runners. There are a couple no passing zones, but only a few short turns until you’ll have a chance to pass. Can’t believe I’ve never been here before, but will definitely be back.
Nice clean trail. Very smooth if you are on a road bike. If your looking for a relaxing ride this trail isn’t for you. Runs too close to busy highways and past shopping centers. Also a lot of stops because of those roads. Now on that note it is a fun smooth ride. Clean trail and a decent amount of tree coverage at most points for those hot sunny days.
Great trail. Most people respectful and follow the rules. You do get the occasional knucklehead that doesn’t announce their approach though. There is a street crossover in Columbia that can get busy and confusing to everyone. There is a pedestrian right of way that cars don’t pay attention.
Although just a mile, Red Lion Borough has extended the trail for it’s full ‘Red Lion Mile’ ! Starts as hard pack finely gravelled surface, which turns into new pavement. Near the end is a small section of paved switchback to negotiate a slope, ending near Springwood Rd and a stone cave. Mostly wooded, although the switchback is open with no trees, it’s a nice dog walking, scooter riding path for post-Easter dinner stroll this year - 2021 post pandemic. ¿¿
I love this! It’s not a very nature intense trail, but you basically go up a big hill and at the top is a flat loop around the reservoir. It’s super pretty and was great with the stroller!
Very nice trail. Gravel, well maintained! Beautiful scenery.
First time running the trail I started at the arboretum and ended at the inner harbor! Awesome trail. However if you’re running I’d recommend just taking Charles st down to the harbor once you get to the station.
We rode Sunday, May 2. Don't start your ride until Old Hershey Road. Numerous trees were across the trail the first mile and 1/2. I think there may have been 5. There was also one that you had to ride under. The trail wasn't in the best condition. A fair amount of loose gravel in some spots. Your best bet would be to stick to the Lebanon Valley Trail until they clean this up. It was in better condition.
We enjoyed the trail and all of the areas of interest. However, if you are not comfortable being around large groups of unmasked people yet, give this one a miss - at least on a busy weekend day.
My wife and I biked this trail on May 2, 2021. It was sunny, 85 degrees and breezy. There were a lot of people walking in pairs, walking dogs and a few small groups riding bikes. The trail connects two parks and winds through open fields. We started in town and rode to both parks and circled both. Going out we had the wind in our face most of the time, but it felt good since there was little shade due to the early spring and the leaves were not all out on the trees and a lot of the trail is in the open. There are beautiful views of the mountains and country side. The trail is flat in places, and there are a few gentle inclines. It is mostly packed gravel. There are a few places around the parks that are paved. But the main trail is gravel. There arerestrooms at the parks.
Paved circular path around sports complex and nice playground with exercise equipment along path. Fairly busy area for recreational walkers. Not particularly scenic but a nice county park.
Great gravel trail connecting two parks. It’s well maintained and easy to navigate. Took my bike on it today with my toddler son in tow.
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